• Welcome! Registration for the 2019-2020 Hockey Season is now open!


    The Board of Directors is pleased to announce that Early Bird Registrations will save you some money! Following the commencement of Competitive and Recreational hockey registration, a $50 discount will apply for 10 days inclusive of the first day of registration (until 24:00hrs on may 4th, 2019), and a $30 discount will apply for 10 days after that (until 24:00hrs on May 14th, 2019); beyond 20 days registrants pay the full amount. 2019-2020 Registration Fees information.


    Goaltenders with their own gear (Atom level and above) will pay only $50 basic registration fee.


    Please click and download our fillable registration form, complete and save it to your files, and email the completed form to registrar@crfmha.ca. You will receive a confirmation email within 48 hours.


    New players (i.e. players who have never registered under Hockey Canada) will also need to email the following items to the registrar:

    1. A copy of your birth certificate
    2. A copy of one utility bill showing your current address                                                                                                   

    All players, parents need to download our Parent Code of Conduct form, complete and save it to your files, and email the completed form along with your registration. The digital signature option will be available once downloaded and opened from the computer itself (not in web browser).


    Thank you. We look forward to the first season providing Capital Region Female Minor Hockey Association programs!


    Laurie Wishart, Registrar for CRFMHA


  • CRFMHA Boundaries

    1.1 The operations of the Association are to be chiefly carried on in 'The Greater Victoria District' (“District”), and the registered office shall be located within one of the communities in said District. The District is comprised of the incorporated municipalities of the Capital Regional District (CRD), the unincorporated Electoral Areas within the CRD, and the First Nation communities within this geographic area.